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Jan 9, 2013 7:00pm EST
standards. c-span: you talk about people in your book. i get you to title a bit altogether. just as sandy was crucial in the late 90s. crucial in getting the elimination of glass-steagall peer classico licit depression era of the bidet separated and commercial banking, protected us pretty well for 70 years. finally come to sandy wilde and his friend, robert rubin drove a stake through glass-steagall's heart. he was dead and gone. sandy could amass an empire known as travelers group, which merged with citigroup, citibank to become citigroup. he was a beneficiary of the elimination of glass-steagall. c-span: and use a rubber band, secretariat of the clinton administration but back to citigroup after that. today we do say $100 million? >> guest: $150 million over time as an armaments breeze that the company of the board who didn't really have to do much, that certainly made a lot of money doing it. c-span: robert rubin is a democrat and alan greenspan a republican for something on the other side of the right of center. this is a political matter? >> guest: this is again across the aisle. hom
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